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Application of a design space exploration tool to enhance interleaver generation

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Application of a design space exploration tool to enhance interleaver generation
This paper presents a methodology to efficiently explore the design space of communication adapters. In most digital signal processing (DSP) applications, the overall performance of the system is significantly affected by communication architectures, as a consequence the designers need specifically optimized adapters. By explicitly modeling these communications within an effective graph-theoretic model and analysis framework, we automatically generate an optimized architecture, named SpaceTime AdapteR (STAR). Our design flow inputs a C description of Input/Output data scheduling, and user requirements (throughput, latency, parallelism…), and formalizes communication constraints through a Resource Constraints Graph (RCG). Design space exploration is then performed through associated tools, to synthesize a STAR component under time-to-market constraints. The proposed approach has been tested to design an industrial data mixing block example: an Ultra-Wideband interleaver.
Cyrille Chavet, Philippe Coussy, Pascal Urard, Eri
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where CORR
Authors Cyrille Chavet, Philippe Coussy, Pascal Urard, Eric Martin
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